RESERVE ROYALE 750ML WITH GIFT BOX

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RESERVE ROYALE 750ML WITH GIFT BOX



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DESCRIPTION

$1 SHIPPING

on 6 bottles or more

SHIPPING & HANDLING FEES

1 bottle:                       $14.80

2 bottles:                     $11.80

3 bottles:                     $8.80

4 bottles:                     $5.80

5 bottles:                     $2.80

6 bottles or more:       $1

A combination of traditional expertise and 21st-Century modernity, Réserve Royale is a prestigious Belgian beer to be enjoyed like a champagne, as a pre-dinner drink and by the most discerning of palettes, including that of Comme chez Soi chef Lionel Rigolet. Having been awarded 3 Michelin stars over a period of 27 years and 2 stars since 2006, this icon of Belgian gastronomy celebrates his 90th birthday this year. A tribute to the Belgian monarchy, as a prestigious ambassador for our country around the world, the name Réserve Royale also makes reference to the exceptional vintages produced in the world of wine and spirits.

 

- "Gold Medal" at the World Beer Awards 2016: "Best Belgian Blonde"

- Partner of Dinner in the Sky, Tram Experience, ...

 

TASTING NOTES BY HANNES DESMEDT

 

(World Best Sherry Sommelier, Bartender at Café Privé and Hertog Jan 3*) 

 

Appearance

A wheat straw yellow color with a slight turbidity of 2nd fermentation and a firm, fine creamy foam.

 

Nose

First nose: Toasted wheat with a supportive hop and white flowers. Second nose: Iris, white roses, fine herbs, and light truffle flavor.

 

Taste

Attack: Very fresh with a sweet edge and a soft creamy texture. Mid-palate: Structured with a mild bitterness, pleasant hoppy impressions, and a very flowery character. Finish: Very unctuous with little aggressive CO2 bubbles and a retronasal aromatic hoppy character.

 

Conclusion

Réserve Royale is a very nice balanced gourmet beer with a delicate sparkle and a pleasant hoppy character. Floral aromas and the bitterness of the hops are rightly combined.


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